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Civil society calls on G20 leaders to urgently take joint action in tackling global challenges

More than 600 Civil Society Organizations from all over the world have been working together for the last months via...

A toolkit for advocacy at the United Nations

The United Nations (UN) is a highly complex organisation. It can be difficult for civil society advocates to know where to...

A toolkit for advocacy at the International Monetary Fund

This toolkit aims to support civil society advocacy towards the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In Part 1, it provides an overview...

EU Public Private Partnerships suffer from widespread shortcomings and limited benefits

DOWNLOAD REPORT EU co-financed Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) cannot be regarded as an economically viable option for delivering public infrastructure,...

Have public-private partnerships gone out of fashion?

Opinion: the Project Ireland 2040 plan reveals that the government does not see PPPs playing an important role over the...

The Bratislava Bypass: A PPP to get around traffic problems and debt statistics

Through an analysis of two procurement processes and other dodgy practices adopted during the project development, Bankwatch and Counter Balance...

Socialising losses, privatising gains

Eurodad’s members SOMO and Both ENDS in collaboration with Transnational Institute and Milieudefensie (Friends of the Earth Netherlands) have published a report titled Socialising losses,...
Jesse Griffiths

The State of Finance for Developing Countries 2014

This report provides the most comprehensive review of the quantity of different financing sources available to developing countries, and how...